Sylvan 4-H multi club learned about healthy food choices

We are looking for community members who would be willing to share their photography or cooking expertise with our club.

BY JESSICA ROUTHIER

Sylvan Lake 4-H multi club started our Nov. 18 meeting with the roll call topic “What social activities would you like to see planned?” The most common responses were swimming, skating, bowling and tobogganing.

As a result we planned a tobogganing party for Nov. 25 at 6:30 p.m. at H. J. Cody. Most of our members came and had a great time getting to know each other in the snow.

We received an invitation to fundraise by cleaning up after the Tournament of Hearts in January and we accepted for the Sunday afternoon event.

One of our senior members, Rylea Lunde talked about reading the labels on the foods we choose to determine if they are healthy choices. She also shared stories about cooking foods that didn’t turn out as planned and how it is important to keep trying until you get it right.

We are looking for community members who would be willing to share their photography or cooking expertise with our club. Please contact arouthier@chinooksedge.ab.ca if you are interested in sharing.

Our next business meeting is scheduled for Dec. 9 at 6:30 p.m. Our project meeting is scheduled for Dec. 16 at 6:30.

 

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